Tag Archives: Politics/Government

Avoid Disaster Recovery Scams
Evite estafas de recuperación ante desastres

El representante Adriano Espaillat insta a todos los residentes a tener cuidado con las estafas y fraudes cuando soliciten recursos federales destinados a ayudar a los afectados por el huracán Ida...
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Banking on Brilliant
“Un cambio de juego”

Bajo Brilliant NYC, la ciudad capacitará a los 4,000 maestros de jardín de infantes para brindar experiencias de aprendizaje aceleradas...
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Subways, buses should run every 6 minutes: Stringer
Metro y autobuses deben pasar cada 6 minutos: Stringer

Scott Stringer at a podium, Scott Stringer en un podio

“The data is clear: the new rush hour is around the clock,” said Stringer. “We need to reform our outdated transit system to meet people when and where they are in a post-pandemic economy..."
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New vaccine requirement for city workforce
Requisito de vacuna para la fuerza laboral de la ciudad

Defeat Delta. All city workers will be required to provide one-time proof of vaccination or weekly Covid-19 tests beginning on September 13, Mayor Bill de Blasio has announced.
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“We just want to be visible”
“Solo queremos ser visibles” 

Last week, home health care workers paraded up Broadway to City Hall to cheers as part of the city’s Hometown Heroes celebration honoring healthcare and essential workers.
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A Parade of Empty Promises
Un desfile de promesas vacías

After nearly a year and a half enduring an unprecedented health and economic crisis, it has come to this.
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Cash in Question
¿Prohibición de efectivo en camino?

Cash payments at booths have been banned since the start of the pandemic, and many riders were eager for the day when they could again replenish MetroCards with dollars in hand and the help of a station agent.
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Rebel at Rest
Rebelde en reposo 

A new sculpture depicting Margaret Corbin has been unveiled on the upper plaza of David Rockefeller Linden Terrace in Fort Tryon Park.
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Decision Daze
Elección de espera

New York City residents headed to the polls on Tuesday to vote in the primary election, but might have to wait well into July for some of the results.
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Affordable Care Act (ACA) upheld
Se mantiene la Ley del Cuidado Asequible de la Salud (ACA, por sus siglas en inglés)

It’s a win for ACA – again. The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected another challenge to strike down the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
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Something Old, Something New
Algo viejo, algo nuevo

The ink is barely dry. President Biden has just signed legislation establishing Juneteenth, short for June 19th, as a U.S. federal holiday.
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Federal Food Aid
Ayuda alimentaria federal

Get it while it’s hot. The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is serving up $28.6 billion in direct relief to restaurants and food establishments...
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